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Can you afford an education loan?

While the oil mafia tried to entice him with bribes to turn a blind eye on fuel adulteration, murdered IOC sales manager S Manjunath refused to waver in the line of duty, despite his own financial constraints.’ A poignant story printed in The Indian Express reveals that, of his modest monthly salary of Rs 25,000, Manjunath was paying Rs 10,100 ...

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Haal

Karan ne banaya kaal, John aur Vivek ke lambe baal, Malaika, Lara aur Esha thi maal, lekin script thi bilkul betaal, ho gaya audience ka buraa haal…read on…

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Confessions Of A Candid LSRite

Aishwarya Subramaniam speaks her mind on what Stephens being ranked below LSR really means. India Today recently rated Lady Shri Ram College for Women number one in India. Let’s start with the traditional definitions of a good college. Do we have a good faculty? Judging by my department, yes. The faculty is well qualified, interesting and we actually like them. ...

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CHAI time

With coffee shops sprouting up at every streetcorner, Gunjan Jindal decided to do something ‘different’. Shilpi Sharma met the 22 year old science graduate from Warwick University who’s started ‘Passion-My Cup of Tea’, a cafe at Delhi’s Priya complex. How did you come up with the idea of starting out on your own? I worked with my dad for a ...

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Jo Bole So Nikaal

There are movies, meaningless movies, stupid movies and then there’s…..Jo Bole So Nikaal. Sunny paaji is at it again! “No if, no but, chal baaju mein hut!”read on…

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Government Law College, Mumbai

What’s in a name? Everything, especially if you happen to live up to it. Everything in this college reminds you of two things – ‘Government’ and ‘Law’. It’s functioning reminds you of the Government, and everything else it has reminds you of the law. The location: A hop, a skip and a jump (even lesser if you have long legs) ...

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Designing Dreams

This independent 19 year old is exporting clothes to Spain and Italy and having a ball. Anuradha Joshi is a management student with a difference. Besides managing two designer clothing stores in Delhi and Mumbai, she also exports her creations to Milan & Spain. All of this just at the age of 19! At the same time, she is trying ...

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NM GOES ‘INDIAN’

Did the Malhar and Umang Chairpersons meet over a coffee and decide to choose to diametrically opposite themes? This year the NM college fest Umang is going completely Indian, just when Malhar has chosen to go global! When NM’s inter-collegiate fest ‘Umang’ burst onto the festival scene 5 years ago and declared an ‘Umang vs Malhar’ war, many NM would ...

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Rain, Rain Go Away

It’s a little disconcerting to be wading through water 2 feet deep, on a lane right next to a national highway, in one of the most industrialised cities in the country, in the 21st century. Arjun ‘Si-Senore’ Ravi reports from MICA on the chaos in Ahmedabad during the rains. There are somethings you take for granted happen only in places ...

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Malhar goes ‘Global’

Themes usually add nothing to a college festival, besides work for the people making posters. Will Malhar’s ‘Going Global’ be any different ? Suhani Singh visits St Xavier’s college to find out. There are two schools of thought on Malhar – some who believe it is The most happening college festival in town, while the rest feel it’s highly overrated. ...

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